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12-02

Young people’s access to tobacco: a mixed-method systematic review

12-01

The plain truth: how tobacco plain packaging will save lives - British Heart Foundation

12-01

Targeted Smoking Cessation Messages for Adolescents

12-01

Exaggeration of perceived smoking norms among college students: Does smoking status matter?

12-01

Parents’ attitudes to smoking and passive smoking and their experience of the tobacco preventive work in child health care

11-12

Unintended consequences of dietary supplement use among daily smokers: taking supplements reduces self-regulation of smoking

11-12

Intention to Smoke Tobacco Using a Waterpipe Among Students in a Southeastern U.S. College

11-11

Parental behaviours, but not parental smoking, influence current smoking and smoking susceptibility among 14 and 15 year-old children

11-11

Social influence, intention to smoke, and adolescent smoking behaviour longitudinal relations

11-11

Australian young people's beliefs about the harmfulness of alcohol, cannabis and tobacco for mental disorders

11-11

Academic achievement and smoking initiation in adolescence

11-11

Electronic-Cigarette Smoking Experience Among Adolescents

11-11

In Year 6 around 95% report never smoking but this declines through Yrs 8 and 10 (pdf)

11-10

Teenagers, films and smoking

11-10

Academic achievement and smoking: Is self-efficacy an important factor in understanding social inequalities in Finnish adolescents?

11-08

Heritability of Smoking, Alcohol Use, and Psychological Characteristics Among Adolescent Twins in Qingdao, China

11-08

Heritability of Smoking, Alcohol Use, and Psychological Characteristics Among Adolescent Twins in Qingdao, China

11-08

Smoking, drinking and drug use among young people in England in 2010 (pdf)

11-08

Secondhand Tobacco Smoke Exposure Among School-Aged Youth Enrolled in School-Based Asthma Management Programs

11-07

The influence of parents, siblings and peers on pre- and early-teen smoking

11-07

Different Forms of Bullying and Their Association to Smoking and Drinking Behavior in Italian Adolescents

11-07

Cigarette smoking status and recurrent subjective health complaints among US school-aged adolescents

11-07

Childhood ADHD symptoms and risk for cigarette smoking during adolescence: School adjustment as a potential mediator.

11-07

Transitions between tobacco and cannabis use among adolescents

11-07

Ill Effects of Smoking: Baseline Knowledge among School Children and Implementation of the “AntE Tobacco” Project

11-06

Different Forms of Bullying and Their Association to Smoking and Drinking Behavior in Italian Adolescents

11-06

Using community-based participatory research to reduce smoking in a high-risk young adult population

11-06

Different Forms of Bullying and Their Association to Smoking and Drinking Behavior in Italian Adolescents

11-06

Using community-based participatory research to reduce smoking in a high-risk young adult population

11-05

Parental Smoking, Exposure to Secondhand Smoke at Home, and Smoking Initiation Among Young Children

11-05

A Mediation Analysis of a Tobacco Prevention Program for Adolescents in India: How Did Project MYTRI Work?

11-05

Changes in Self-Control Problems and Attention Problems During Middle School Predict Alcohol, Tobacco, and Marijuana Use During High School

11-05

Does Avoidant Coping Influence Young Adults’ Smoking?: A Ten-Year Longitudinal Study

11-05

Examining differences between light and heavier smoking vocational students

11-05

The relationship between depression level and smoking motives in college smokers

11-04

What impact have tobacco control policies, cigarette price and tobacco control program funding had on Australian adolescents’ smoking? Findings over a 15-year period

11-03

Parental smoking cessation and child daily smoking: A 9-year longitudinal study of mediation by child cognitions about smoking.

11-03

A decline in smoking by U.S. parents might be part of the reason for fewer ear infections in children

11-03

Teacher resources about smoking from the U.S.

11-03

Internet-based and Mobile Phone Interventions to Decrease Alcohol Consumption and to Support Smoking Cessation in Adolescents

11-03

Tobacco Use, Heavy Use, and Dependence Among Adolescents and Young Adults in the U.S.

11-03

What impact have tobacco control policies, cigarette price and tobacco control program funding had on Australian adolescents’ smoking? Findings over a 15-year period

11-03

Examining differences between light and heavier smoking vocational students

11-03

Perceptions of anti-smoking messages amongst high school students in Pakistan

11-02

Association of cigarette smoking with drug use and risk taking behavior in Irish teenagers

11-01

Cigarette displays do encourage smoking

11-01

Parental smoking and blood pressure in preschool children

11-01

Passive smoking, meningococcal disease and meningitis

11-01

Parental and household smoking and the increased risk of respiratory infections in infancy (pdf)

11-01

Evolution of the perception of smoking by children in Guernsey

10-12

Externalizing behaviors and cigarette smoking as predictors for use of illicit drugs: a longitudinal study among Finnish adolescent twins.

10-12

“Immortal but frightened” – Swedish smoking adolescents’ perceptions on smoking uptake and prevention (pdf)

10-12

Adolescent gender differences in the determinants of tobacco smoking: a cross sectional survey among high school students in Brazil (pdf)

10-12

The influence of youth music television viewership on changes in cigarette use and association with smoking peers

10-12

Do socioeconomic differences in tobacco use exist also in developing countries? A study of Ghanaian adolescents (pdf)

10-12

Factors associated with commencing smoking in 12-year-old Spanish students (pdf)

10-12

Does a smoking prevention program in elementary schools prepare children for secondary school in the Netherlands?

10-12

Adolescent smoking effect of Canadian school and community characteristics

10-12

Loosening the link between childhood poverty and adolescent smoking and obesity in the U.S.

10-12

Children and passive smoking - only 7.4% of the world's population live in countries with laws to prevent smoking in public places

10-12

Does a smoking prevention program in elementary schools prepare children for secondary school in the Netherlands?

10-12

Guernsey's Young People : Smoking & self-esteem

10-11

Self-reported tobacco smoking practices among Asian medical students and their perceptions towards training about tobacco smoking in medical curricula

10-11

Content analysis of antismoking videos on YouTube

10-11

Prevalence and associated factors of smoking among secondary school students in Harare Zimbabwe (pdf)

10-11

Process evaluation of a tobacco prevention program in Indian schools

10-11

Predicting adolescent perceptions of the risks and benefits of cigarette smoking

10-11

Effects of individual characteristics and school environment on cigarette smoking among Vietnamese students aged 13-15

10-11

Gender differences in the Netherlands in the association between pre-adolescent smoking initiation and emotional or behavioural problems (pdf)

10-11

Parental smoking during pregnancy and offspring bone mass at age 10 years

10-10

Associations between Norwegian schools' tobacco restrictions and adolescents' use of tobacco

10-10

Tobacco use among Indian adolescent students and the influence of role models

10-10

Aging images as a motivational trigger for smoking cessation in young women

10-10

The Linking Lives health education program: a randomized clinical trial of a parent-based tobacco use prevention program for African American and Latino youths.

10-10

Westernization and tobacco use among young people in Delhi

10-10

Connecting world youth with tobacco brands: YouTube

10-10

Smoking among adolescents in Hong Kong: influence of parental smoking

10-10

Banning tobacco displays, the black market and under-age smokers

10-10

"82% of girls aged 11-21 said that smoking and alcohol abuse are serious health issues for today’s girls."

10-10

Surge in under-age tobacco sales in Lincolnshire

10-09

Attitudes to new smoking restrictions and second-hand smoke among young Finnish males

10-09

Antismoking public service announcements and adolescents' smoking-related behavioral intentions

10-09

“Just because you’ve got lung cancer doesn’t mean I will”: Lung cancer, smoking, and family dynamics

10-07

Determinants of resilience to cigarette smoking among young Australians at risk

10-07

Determinants of resilience to cigarette smoking among young Australians at risk

10-07

The role of family background on cigarette smoking among adolescent school children in Slovakia

10-07

Can attending preschool reduce the risk of tobacco smoking in adulthood? The effects of Kindergarten Union participation in South Australia.

10-07

Household smoking and dental caries in schoolchildren

10-06

Shops still selling cigarettes to children

10-06

Cigarette smoking increases the risk of symptoms of depression

10-06

Corner shopkeepers believe a ban on tobacco displays in shops could directly threaten the viability of their business.

10-06

Parental smoking and pretend smoking in young children

10-06

Adolescent attributes and young adult smoking cessation behavior

10-05

Cost-effectiveness analysis of the Not On Tobacco program for adolescent smoking cessation

10-05

Children living in apartments with non-smoking adults still exposed to secondhand smoke

10-05

Smoking and genes

10-05

Exposure to smoking in movies among British adolescents 2001--2006

10-05

Communicative fathers' help reduce teenage smoking

10-04

Comparative responses to radio and television anti-smoking advertisements to encourage smoking cessation

10-04

Tobacco use and related factors among pre-university students in a college in Bangalore, India

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